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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Warner students receive awards WARNER (HNS) Annual presentations of awards and scholarships were held at general assembly on the opening day at Warner School The Meisser scholarship was presented to Janet Nilsson for receiving the highest average in Grade 12 matriculation subjects Gwen Schoen received the Lien scholarship for highest marks in Grade 12, non-matriculation sublets CARMEN RINKE Blairmore boxer off to Germany Carmen Rinke of Blair- more a member of the Lethbndge Boxing Club departs this, week for Ger many where he will compete in an international touiname- nt to be held Oct 1 in Berlin Carmen was recently selected as a member of the British Commonwealth Team that will go to New Zealand in 1974 He will represent Canada in the welterweight class Carmen 147 pounds, scored a TKO in the first rou- nd against his opponent in qualifying trials in Toronto The Warner Lion's Club Scholarship for the second highest average in matriculation subjects was presented to Bettyann Biggers The Catholic Women's League scholarship for the highest mark in Grade 12 social studies went to Janet Nilsson The Hospital Auxiliary of the Border Counties Hospital presented a scholarship to Sharon Stubbington for further education in nursing Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi presented its scholarship to Teresa Pittman for the highest mark in Grade 12 English Claresholm welcomes minister CLARESHOLM (Special) A well attended shower was held in Claresholm United Church recently in honor of Mr and Mrs Kim Jae Young and daughter Timmy Mrs Kim Jae-Young and Timmy wore national costumes for the occasion Mr Kim Jae Young is a Presbyterian minister from Seoul Korea, Raymond Hart told how contact was made through his cousin, Anne Davison a United church worker in Korea Seated at the head table were Mr and Mrs Kim Jae- Young aid Timmy Mr and Mrs Jack Dickinson representing the United Church and hlrs William Gypson mission represen- tative Mrs Don Pronyshyn presented a variety of useful gifts Flower arrangements were supplied by Mrs J A Wan- namaker and Mrs J E ______ Thompson Painting, dance plans finalized THE LETHBRIDQE HERALD TuMday, September 18, 1973 15 Kimberley planning delayed by work load Herald- District Snowfall A fresh blanket of white covered the Waterton highlands late last when temperatures drop- ped and snow fell Above, a deer investigates Ihe changing season during a trek through the woods NATAL, B C (HNS) Planning for the Kimberley boundary extension has not been forgotten, but the Bavarian City of the Rockies will have to wait until East Kootenay district planner Eugene Lee has time to com- plete the joto Kimberley Alderman Ray McNiven, speaking last week to RDEK directors asked if priority in planning was given to electoral district matters with municipalities ignored until "things were slack McNiven, who filled the director s chair in absence erf John Daigle. said he wasn t criticizing the planner but wondered what was taking the extension plans so long to be completed Frank Bertoia, RDEK ad rmnistrator, said there was no priority breakdown but that all plans were made with regional interest at heart He said the planner created schemes for corporations which would blend in harmony with the regional planning and vice-versa Mr Bertoia said the fact that municipalities hire the services of the planner doesn t mean they are let fall by the wayside In futher ex- planation Mr Lee said he just hadn t had time to complete the Kimberley plans He said the planning workload combined with tu the public, had made him two months late in completing the work but it was in progress Mr Lee said because of the amount of community plan- ning he had had to refuse pro- jects from Cranbrook and other corporations until time permitted M M Keys RDEK direc- tor said if the planning department had so much work ahead of them perhaps the board should consider hiring more help PLAN AHEAD Director Don Sherling plac- ed much of the blame on the municipalities themselves who don t plan far enough ahead He said council members trv to do some planning themselves and they just weren t capable Than the municipality enas up with an extensive planning project and bring it in to Mr Lee hop- ing he will do it right away Mr Sherling said planning projects should be started at least a vear ahead Mr Bertoia noted that RDEK directors had gone the full circle He said at one time the regional district had hired a community planner to work specifically on projects such as Kimberlev but his services had been terminated because regional directors felt he wasn t needed Now he said community planning had become important but the planning staff had been reduced Vince Downev board chair man said Mr McNivn s complaint should not fall on the planner but on the RDEK directors themselves Improvements continue io be made at the Tie Lake Regional Park A work report more beach and picnic areas are being cleared at Tie Lake More than one hundred people per day are using the present facilities A recent activiU at the park included tn the repoit was a swimming school spon- sored by the Sand Creek Recreation Committee from Jaffray The'Wvchffe Regional Park also continues to be a popular picnic site Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS-CIRCUUmON-JOBPRINTING Vvrnon Dvcoux, RMictont Rap, 562-2149 REPORT your i vi 11 ii i i A rthritis fund opens Plans for the adult educati- on classes in painting and dan cmg have been completed at Picture Butte FOR SALB! 1969 GMC TANDEM Tilt cab with 21 ft. box and hoist miles. Contact DAVE ROBERTS BIG YIELD FERTILIZER SALES LTD. Phone 328-7406 Anytime The Sundial Painting class will consist of six sessions from 1-4 p m The sessions will be held every second Thursday beginning Sept 20th Mrs Cathy Evms will be the instructor for the class Registration fee is Sll Beginners and advanced dance classes will begin ir Picture Butte on September 24 Mr and Mrs Byroi. Schurtz will the beginners frm 7 to 8 30 and the advanced class from 8 30 to 10 for 10 Mondays The registration fee for either class is per couple Registration forms and further information on the above classes is available from the Northern District Recreation Office in Picture Butte phone 732 4774 FOOD FOR SONGS Hummingbird-- feed on tmv insects as well as on the nee tat of i lowers NATAL BC (HNS) annual drive for funds for the Canadian Arthritis and Rheumatism Society is presently underway in Sparwood under the direction of Bettv Dufour The drive will continue throughout September and will hopefully be wrapped up in the first week of October The objective of the local canvass is slightly sp from the total of raised in the drive a year ago Host of the volunteer clh- vassers have reported to Mfcs Dufour and several already begun to collect It was reported that a total of had already been collect- ed in the early stages of lie canvas CARS is concerned with ttie two families of disease which are common throughout the province These two diseases have no preferred ages They can strike infants or senior citizens and all ages between Together they strike one pers- on in every 20 The society spends about 81 per cent of their funds on patient care about 6 per cent on a research program and about 4 per cent on an educati- on and information program They receive about one third of their funds through the an- nual drive about 30 per cent from treatment fees and the remainder comes out of government grants The Lethbridgc Herald Correspondent in Your Area STIRLING MRS F B ZAUGG 756-3324 TABER ROSS QIBB 223-2252 TURIN PAULJUHAR 738-4394 TYRELL'S LAKE MRS HOWARD HAMLING 642-2263 VAUXHALL MRS R W POWERS 654-2369 WARNER MRS PEARL LIEBELT 642-3610 SPARWOOD MRS MOLLY LATKA 425-6617 Contact these people for your District News or Classified Advertising Woodgrain Hard Board Ideal finish for rumpus rooms or living rooms 4'x 8'x 13 colors to choose from This wallboard is completely finished No further painting or decorating necessary 4' x 8' x Available in royal walnut and royal teak This wallboaru is completely finished No further painting or decorating necessary 5 .29 Vwl 4.29 pWl Advance Lumber Co. Ltd. Corntr 2nd and 13th St. S., Phone 328-3301 "YOUR PIONEER LUMBER DEALER SINCE 1925" FORT MACLEOD Centennial celebrations to mdik the founding of the town and the arrival of the North West Mounted Police will beg in Oct H this with a Garrison Ball The Tort Macleod Centen- nial SoueU will host the 300 couple dance to kick off the town s 100th birthday and a year of events to honor the RCMP The which later became the RCMP arrived in Fort Macleod Oct 13 187-1 The town decided to hold its 100th anniversary starting this because it is the RCMP centennial highlight of the activities is the homecoming week scheduled fur Juh 5 6 and 7 1974 The town expects to bri- ng 4 000 former residents back dunng Ihe week to join the celebrations Puring the year of celebrations a civic barbe que horse show stampede and oldtimers sessions are planned among others Two centennial projects are the RCMP Centennial Gardens and the RCMP Centennial Building Woik on the garden to be officially opened next summer has already started with five people under an Op- poitunities for Youth Grant The RCMP Centennial Building will house a library a senior citizens drop-in centre and a room for cultural and social functions While work has not vet begun the federal government has given a 000 giant tor the library Mobility investigated PINCHER CREEK (Special) A survey of the town to determine the mobili- ty of the population will be conducted by the Sociology 20 c last, of St Michael s School They will be asking such questions as Where were vou born' How many limes have vou moved within the last ten years9 No names will be required Results of the survey will he sent to the Dominion Bureau ol Statistics Rum Credit life Insurance, WeVe made it easy toget, because if s very important to There was a time ycJn couldn't get life insurance protection when you arranged bank loans for your farm business But at the Commerce, we changed all that And, we made it easy to get So when ou're pre- arranging youi credit needs for the coming year, think about Commerce Farm Credit Life Insurance Commerce Farm Credit Life Insurance is optional The cost is low, just 00 a year for cry 00 coverage And if vou Ye under 60 years of age, up to 00 life insurance coverase is available uith no medical required Also, vou can get as much as SI 00 coverage il vou qualify Commcice manager about I arm Credit Life Insurance todav We've made it casv to get, because it's erv important to e CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE ;